Aia Vecchia di Montalceto
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my first non-pickled olive and discovered that I actually likete fresh ones. Thus fortified we climbed back in the car for a trip to Montepulciano. Our GPS led us on a harrowing journey on increasingly treacherous roads and as the rain became very heavy we finally gave up. The ordeal wasn't over as the GPS took us on a hour long back road trek. We were very glad to get back to Casseta.
Since tomorrow Bernice and Jim fly home, we went in to Siena for dinner at a ...
... and it was quite funny to look around see everyone's head drooping.
This was the end of the normal route and those who wanted to hitch a ride to the hotel could do so. The additional route was another 30k through very rolling hills and I had decided that I was done for the day. Linda (mom from NJ and Lauren, her daughter who was already in the van) had also decided to call it in, due to the dicey weather. While the sun ...
... around the square that has been run twice a year (July and August) since 1656. Look at the link below to see the race from July. 45,000 people crowd into a centre square and are then fenced in for up to 7 hours while they prepare for the race. 10 of the 17 contrades (districts) compete for the crown and the right to be the victor for a year. This is a very serious thing for Siena, You are born ...
... to be a boy no older than 10, MAYBE 12, serving alcohol to patrons. Yes he was probably the son to the owner, and yes parents give a little bit of alcohol to kids in their own private homes.. fine.. but he was SERVING, to customers. Ridiculous!! Welcome to Italy. Where kids serve alcohol, bus drivers talk on the phone, smoking is endorsed inside public venues despite the presence of children, dogs are allowed everywhere - trains, shops, restaurants, buses etc, road ...
... arena twice a year for the
famous Palio. The Campo is totally enclosed by restaurants and
cafes. Everyone goes to sit there for picnic lunches or just to visit,
toddlers run around chasing pidgeons and school groups mill about taking
pictures. We really felt like we were part of Italian life
The Duomo (cathedral) was impressive inside as well as out